[ UK /vˈa‍ɪ‍ələntli/ ]
[ US /ˈvaɪəɫəntɫi, ˈvaɪɫəntɫi/ ]
  1. in a violent manner
    they attacked violently
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How To Use violently In A Sentence

  • Rules exist to be violated, so that the ‘bastard’ may be more violently characterized and the audience engaged in revengeful fury.
  • It is said that Scheiner, on hearing this in a Rome bookshop, turned purple and shook violently.
  • Brimstone's ship was violently rocked by the explosions, but still managed to maintain their shields.
  • The end of the road had come for the SAP, which rumbled and shook violently, punctured wing panels beginning to peel away in the slipstream.
  • Shorr has splattered the work with white paint, and violently creased up the photo underneath.
  • A violently lettered poster stuck to the glass commanded UNITE. THE WHITE DOVE
  • Alexis, violently shuddering, stood half hidden by her stepfather's bulk, a scarecrow in Craig's navy blazer. A THEORY OF RELATIVITY
  • The first time he had drunk it he had been violently sick, then had fallen to the ground in a dead faint as the mildly poisonous root exploded through his system.
  • The bridge's roadway undulates gently at first, then abruptly starts heaving and twisting violently until it finally breaks apart.
  • What offends me violently is when a character is represented as a Good and Upright and Virtuous Hero, when almost his every act betrays him as a villain of the most heinous kind. Death carries a camcorder
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